Indigenous Peoples of Atlas of Canada and the French version atlas des peuples autochtones du Canada are produced by Canadian Geographic in partnership from Assembly of First Nations, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, Métis Nation, National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation and Indspire. This four volume set provides maps, colour and archival photographs and informative text for secondary level students as well as adult learners. Volume one is about First Nations and has 56 topics including: Definitions; Residential Schools; Reconciliation; Environment; Food; Justice; Trade; Economy; Sport; Treaties; Language; Governance; Origins; Community; Frequently Asked Questions and more. In the Inuit volume the various authors write about topics such as Nunavut; Early History; Colonialism; Family Structures; Traditional Clothing; Wildlife; Climate Change; Sea Ice; Permafrost; Health; Housing; Games; Visual Arts; Filming Making; Inuit as Circumpolar People; Frequently Asked Questions and more. The Metis volume contains topics such as Identity; Fur Trade; Language; Veterans; Northwest Resistance; Road Allowance People; Activism; Metis Today and more. The Truth and Reconciliation volume covers the history of residential schools; redress and healing; litigation; road to reconciliation and frequently asked questions. The volumes contain 48 highly detailed reference maps over the 328 pages and contains a glossary of terms and timelines. With the partnership of Indigenous political organizations and the inclusion of Indigenous authors, Canadian Geographic has created a must-have reference set. Highly recommended.